September has arrived and with September comes new television shows. This fall’s new show lineup looks promising, however, we are a bit wary of getting our hearts broken. There have been so many good shows that were cancelled after just one season, namely: Limitless, Forever, Backstrom, and American Odyssey. Here are seven new shows that look great to us, but we’ll try not to get too invested in, just in case the networks try to pull something evil on us.
Premieres Tuesday, September 20th at 9/8 on CBS.
We loved Michael Weatherly in NCIS and combine him with a legal drama should be excellent.
Premieres Wednesday, September 21st at 8:30/7:30 on ABC.
Minnie Driver was one of the first British actress we fell in love with. (Return to Me is sooo good, if you’re into Rom-Coms.) Mason Cook is one of the three children in the show, and we was very good in Legends (cancelled after 2 seasons on TNT). Micah Fowler is an actor who has Cerebral Palsy and is playing JJ in show, you can read more about him here.
Premieres Thursday, September 22nd at 9/8 on ABC.
We were so sad when Covert Affairs and Graceland were cancelled by USA. We became big fans of Piper Perabo and Daniel Sunjata. Now we can be happy again since they are in a show together.
Premieres Monday, October 3rd at 10/9 on ABC.
This show looks like it has a lot of drama but the supporting cast is why we will watch. We have got Eddie Cahill from CSI: NY, Merrin Dungey from Alias, and Manny Montana from Graceland.
5. The Good Place
Premieres Monday, September 19th at 10/9 on NBC.
Ted Danson has always been funny and a show about life after death should be intriguing. Also, the usage of substitute cuss words will always make us laugh.
6. American Housewife
Premieres Tuesday, October 11th at 8:30/9:30 on ABC.
Diedrich Bader is also always amazing, so just the fact that he is in this is show, will have us watching. Remember Rex Kwon Do from Napoleon Dynamite?
7. This is Us
Premieres Tuesday, September 20th at 10/9 on NBC.
This show looks like a study of people and that is always interesting to lifelong people watchers. One of the stars is Sterling K. Brown, who we fell in love with in as Roland Burton on Army Wives (another awesome show that was cancelled).
What new show are you excited for?